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View Poll Results: How well associated with geek code are you?
I read geekcodes in my sleep, recite them as I retype mine ceaslessly to other mondo-geeks on my gigabit intranet. 0 0%
I've run the geekcode programs countless time to customize it to the way I want it. I can read these as fast as I can read a first grade reading book. 0 0%
I can read geekcodes pretty fast and evaluate if the person posting them is lying or not. I've got my own couple of codes. 0 0%
I can read geekcodes somewhat, with some help. It's a simple system, and I can read you my own fairly well. 0 0%
I've got a geekcode, but I don't know what to do with it. 1 25.00%
I've got a geekcode, but I'm embarrased to post it anywhere. 0 0%
I don't have one, it looks pretty dumb to me 1 25.00%
Who wasted their precious time writing this stupid code stuff? Get a life! 0 0%
Why are you clogging our already slow dial-up connections with your pointless and undecipherable line of letters. This @$#^ means nothing to me, make it go away! 2 50.00%
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Old 07-15-2001, 09:08 PM   #1
Infamous Tim
Registered: Mar 2001
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Distribution: Slackware 8.0 with KDE 3.0
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Whatever happened to

I stumbled upon this geekcode website from a post in this forum somewhere, but the website seems to be ... well ... gone! If anyone's interested, there's downloads available, looks like they're written in batch or something, but it gets the job done. Here's mine!

GE d? s+:+ a-- C++ UL++ P+ L++ E W++ N o K- w++
O M V- PS-- PE++ Y PGP- t- 5- X R tv- b++ DI++ D+++
G e h r y-

Anyone else with geekcode blocks? Post 'em here!

Old 07-16-2001, 09:02 AM   #2
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Registered: Jan 2001
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I'm not a geek, so that means I don't have no code... sorry. But yeah, I tried going to that site... it says, Geek.Net.. maybe they are going under new geek management or reconstruction.
Old 07-19-2001, 07:16 PM   #3
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just came upon geekcode recently....i made myself a partial one

go there for a link that USED to work (less than a month ago) and my partial geekcode


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